Donnerstag, Dezember 01, 2005

The Redemption of a Kansas School Board Member

Some very interesting information about Connie Morris, a member of the Kansas School Board, who voted for the so-called "Intelligent Design". She had publicly written off the theory of evolution in her newsletter as an "age-old fairytale."

With anti-evolution standards all but guaranteed to be written into the Kansas school curriculum, Morris and other conservative board members will try this fall, her newsletter promises, to "reclaim" sex education. The conservative majority has plans to alter a small but important section of the schools' health standards, adding an "opt-in" provision that would require parents to sign a permission slip before their children would be taught sex ed. (Parents can already opt their children out of such classes.) Morris outlined her stance in a June newsletter to her constituents, calling for "more decorum" in health classes. "Anatomy and physiology used to be part of a rigorous health curriculum, but has long been discarded for a more sex education type of teaching," she wrote.
Well, that will surely reduce HIV and AIDS, won't it?

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2 Comments:

Blogger Ms. Robyn said...

I don't even have any words left on the subject of Kans-ass.

12/02/2005 09:48:00 vorm.  
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3/05/2010 04:32:00 nachm.  

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